The Faroese language (føroyskt mál [ˈføːɹɪst mɔaːl]) is one of the North Germanic Indo-European languages. It is a living language with ISO 639 code [fao] or [fo].
Faroese is spoken by Faroe Islanders. This language is distributed in Denmark (Faroe Islands). The total of speakers is about 69'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Faroese alphabet) is used for writing.
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